There's one thing for certain - it's all going on at Ronnie's Bar this Easter weekend. But first, a mention of Audiopimps, playing live at Fresh, Wood St., on Good Friday night; and back to Duke's Court...
Sunday (4 April) sees Ronnie play host to Music Is Power 2010, (pic courtesy of Youth Music) a charity event featuring some of the best bands and artists from Cheshire and Greater Manchester, from folk to indie and right on to hard rock. With a line up that includes Tom & Ferg, Chris Birdsall, Rich House, Supernought, Old Yellow and Mars Black. From 2pm to late at a ticket price of £10.
It's all in aid of Youth Music charity, a cause that helps improve the lives of disadvantaged young people by providing free access to a range of music-making projects and activities.
Since 1999, Youth Music has helped transform the lives of over 2 million children and young people through the power of music and because of the charity there ar now more high quality music-making opportunities for a wider range of children and young people than ever before; from learning rock guitar or beat-boxing to classical violin and everything in between.
The festival aims to raise funds for this cause and raise awareness of the organisation and of the positive and often life-changing effects music can have for young people.
For more information on the charity or to make a donation, go to http://www.musicispower.youthmusic.org.uk/
Oh yeah! and on Monday night the Virgin Marys play in the courtyard too - just has to be the place to be. See you there.
Ronnie's Bar, Dukes Court, Macc 01625 665050